Performance of engineering plant virus resistance: miRNA gene silencing

Mohamed, Elizah and Mustafa, Nur Aqilah Zawani and Sani, Husna Izzati and Abd Aziz, Mohd Haiqal (2022) Performance of engineering plant virus resistance: miRNA gene silencing. In: CHEMICAL PROCESS AND SUSTAINABILITY IN AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY. Penerbit UTHM, UTHM, pp. 39-50.


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MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are non�coding RNAs of around 20–24 nucleotides long that fill in as focal controllers of eukaryotic quality articulation by focusing on mRNAs for cleavage or translational suppression. In plants, miRNAs are related to various administrative pathways in development and improvement cycles, and cautious reactions in plant-microbe associations. Recently, significant progress has been made in understanding miRNA�interceded gene silencing and how infections counteract this guard system. Genetic improvement in protection from plant infections is the way to manageable practices. A few new advancements have been actualized in plant antiviral building in the most recent decades. RNA hushing and genome altering are the two significant antiviral systems as the outline for this situation. RNA hushing is an indigenous, safe control eukaryotic system that controls quality articulation by little RNAs (sRNAs). The exhibition of infection opposition is clarified as far as RNA quality quieting. There are two kinds of RNA quieting which are siRNA and miRNA. The two safeguards are marginally exceptional, yet they have a very basic portrayal and capacities. This infection impediment is critical. This infection obstruction is crucial. The gene can adapt to and deal with infections that minimise yield production.

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: Agricultural biotechnology; virus resistance; miRNA; gene adjustment; barriers.
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
Depositing User: Mr. Abdul Rahim Mat Radzuan
Date Deposited: 29 Aug 2022 07:31
Last Modified: 29 Aug 2022 07:31

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